It’s a good time to support local retailers, as well as to make your home a haven you love spending time in.
Here are some of our favourite local shops. And, if you can’t go in person, you can browse and shop online to help support our local retailers.
75 Mary Street, St Peters
Precinct75 is a vibrant creative community consisting of over 70 businesses spread across 12 buildings, each with their own unique space. The heritage-listed buildings, which date back to the early 1900s, have plenty of historic charm. Stroll the high-ceilinged, light-filled space discovering design showrooms and studios, alongside boutique homewares, cafes and roasters. We’re huge fans of Saarde and Inartisan for unique homewares, textiles, furniture and special gifts. And aspiring creatives or those looking for a creative space can rent a room here.
88 Mitchell Road, Alexandria
Samantha Robinson’s gorgeous one-of-a-kind ceramics are handmade from the finest porcelain, featuring vibrant colours and stunning finishes. They’re so gorgeous that leading chefs such as Kylie Kwong and Jamie Oliver have even used them to showcase their creations. They make perfect gifts or treasures to brighten any home. You can shop online and they also run regular classes.
The DEA Store
146 Regent Street, Redfern
For lovers of beautiful things, The DEA Store is a veritable Magpie’s nest of treasures to unearth. Whether you’re looking for the most luxurious scented candles, striking handmade lamps, artisan teas, quirky gift cards or Japanese pottery and serving ware, you’ll find the perfect gift here. You’ll just probably want to keep it for yourself. Online shopping is also available.
Chee Soon & Fitzgerald
173 Regent Street Redfern
With a long-time home in Surry Hills before their move to Redfern in 2013, Cheesoon & Fitzgerald have been delighting discerning Sydney homemakers, not to mention many stylists, for decades with their carefully curated collection of textiles and homewares. Among them, Marimeko kitchenware and fabrics, original vintage Florence Broadhurst wallpaper, Japanese grass weave wallpaper, and Scandinavian studio glass and ceramics. you can get your fix online, or visit the store in Redfern.
423 New Canterbury Road
Just down the road from us in nearby Dulwich Hill, Juliet’s Balcony is a must visit for lovers of mid-century design. It has a broad selection of Australian mid-century furniture inspired by the Scandinavian and Danish works of that period and beyond. You’ll also find English brands such as G Plan, Ercol, Nathan, Younger and Stag alongside Australian artisan makers (think George Korody, Paul Kafka, Rosando and Dario Zoureff). They’re always on the hunt for new additions to their collection from around Australia so get in touch if you have some quality pre-loved goods that need a new home.
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